On 15/03/11 08:54, Peter Boot wrote:
> Op 14-3-2011 17:17, Alpo Honkapohja schreef:
>> Basically, my impression is that digital editions are used first and
>> foremost for research purposes, but have not really threatened
>> traditional book-type editions (being a medievalist with an English
>> degree, I’m thinking things like the Riverside Chaucer), although a
>> revolution might be just around the corner with e-books& tablets.
>> I’d happy to be proven wrong with this – and would also be most grateful
>> if someone could point me to some statistics or maybe articles related
>> to this.
> I looked into the use of our Van Gogh edition
> (http://vangoghletters.org). The results were published in Ariadne:
> http://www.ariadne.ac.uk/issue66/boot/. Elementary statistics are at
I have made substantial additions to the wiki, including a table of what
kinds of usage a digital humanities website might be able to expect. I'd
encourage others to add their websites and statistics.
I must say I'm very impressed that Perseus has 8410 links from wikipedia.
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